OK this park is a piece of work. You would think that a rich, yuppie town like Piedmont would kick down $$$ for a decent skatepark. Wrong. Whoever designed it must have been on crack. The one good part is the "tuning fork" bowl which is fun. It's a tiny park with only a few workable elements. It has a weird snake run that goes uphill (!?) A pyramid that is about 8 inches high, a couple grind rails and the bowl. All fenced in with a monitor to make sure you wear your pads. The one I met was a cool girl named Tallene. Easy job but kind of pointless. This place is rule central. It's way up on the side of a hill which is always nice (not). To get to it you have to park, walk across a big baseball field, then up a flight of stairs. No water fountain or bathrooms close by. Nice. It was hot as hell when I was there. Not even close to any food or drink.
The cement work is nice and smooth but not worth the effort to go there. You'd be better off sessioning a local curb or ditch. I'll give this place a 3 out of 10. It's retarded. Definitely a beginner park if it's for anyone at all.